- $200,000 |
- Pending |
- Residential |
- 3 Beds |
- 3 Baths |
- 2,042 Sqft |
- MLS# 21910421
Pretty multi-level has lots of updates for the new owners to enjoy! Nestled in a quiet Bellevue neighborhood, this 3 bedroom features tiled entry & baths and new wood laminate throughout the remainder of the home. Fully remodeled eat-in kitchen includes vaulted ceiling, new counters and backsplash and updated appliances. Formal living and dining rooms with vaulted ceiling and exposed beams. Family room with cozy brick fireplace flanked by built-in bookcases walks out to a beautiful 3 season room with drop ceiling, ceiling fan and wood burning stove. Master bedroom features remodeled private 3/4 bath with tile shower. Updated full bath services bedrooms 2 & 3. Lower level features office, excercise room, and a large laundry room with built-in storage. Fenced rear yard boasts open air deck, lush landscaping with fountain, sprinkler system and storage shed. Near neighborhood park. A terrific home for this price!
From Mission & Main St in downtown Bellevue, north on Main to M.M. Kountze Mem. Dr take a right & follow Kountze Dr to home.
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Olde Towne is an area of Bellevue which reflects its name. Located in the eastern part of Sarpy County, it is the site for the early settlement’s activities and commerce and prides itself for its history and old-fashioned, friendly service. With small, unique shops and services, it attracts locals and tourists who are looking for special gifts and “antique finds” as well as flowers, bridal wear, jewelry, clothing, skates and cycles. It is also home to a diner, coffee shop, bakery, fine dining restaurant, and several ice cream parlors.
Every Saturday morning in the summer there is a Farmers’ Market in Washington Park. It features a flea market, fresh produce, baked goods and crafts. A popular draw for this event is live music. Many attendees bring lawn chairs, listen to music, and enjoy being outside while meeting friendly people. The Olde Towne area is also home to the Bellevue Little Theatre, a community theatre known for its expertise in showcasing plays of all genres.
In Olde Towne there are numerous historical sites and museums. Since the area was one of the first settlements in Nebraska, the original cemetery contains the remains of many of the first families to settle in the area. There is also the Fontenelle Bank Building, constructed in1856, a log cabin built in 1830, the 1st Presbyterian Church, the oldest church in Nebraska, and a railroad depot. All of these sites can be visited with scheduled appointments made through the Sarpy County Historical Museum, which is also located in Olde Towne.
For further information: http://www.oldetownebellevue.org
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